This issue presents the Centennial History of the Rutland
Jewish Center written by Jacob Sherman.
Originating with a few members in 1927, services were held for the first seventeen years in a variety of locations. In 1927 the Congregation found its permanent home at the Baxter Library, where worship continues to the present day.
Mr. Sherman traces the early history of Jews in America and their early beginnings in Vermont, until the present day. Some major topics incorporated are the black moments of German fascism; Second World War efforts of the Center; support for Zionism after the end of the War; and the ongoing activities as part of the Rutland
The text is illustrated with numerous pictures adding interest to an excellent account.